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The mezzo-soprano Agnieszka Rehlis graduated with honours from the Vocal and Acting Department of Wrocław’s K. Lipiński Academy of Music in 1996. She held a scholarship from the Ministry of Culture and Art in 1993–96. As a student, she won first prize in the Franciszka Platówna Vocal Competition in Wrocław, and in 1994 she won third prize in the oratorio category and a special prize for her rendition of Principes persecuti sunt, from Władysław Zeleński’s Communio, in the Third Inter-University Vocal Competition in Duszniki-Zdrój. She made her début at the Wrocław Opera in the part of Jadwiga in Moniuszko’s The Haunted Manor, a production celebrating the opera house’s fiftieth anniversary. She has also sung many other major opera parts, including Fenena in Nabucco, Maddalena, Siebel, Cherubino, Mercedes in Carmen, Meg Page in Falstaff and Flora in La Traviata. She has appeared with Wrocław Opera on tour in Germany, the Netherlands, Belgium, France and Italy as well as at the Taipei National Theatre in Taiwan. A large part of her concert activity involves oratorio concerts with a repertoire of more than 45 works, ranging from Bach to Penderecki, with performances throughout Europe. With the Sinfonia Varsovia Orchestra conducted by Penderecki, she has given numerous performances of his Te Deum and The Polish Requiem and of Dvořák’s Requiem. In January 2000 she sang in Krzysztof Penderecki’s Seven Gates of Jerusalem at Midem Classique 2000 in Cannes, in a performance conducted by the composer himself and recorded on DVD.

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